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    Eddie Gladden ( 1937-2003) was an American jazz drummer who was born in Newark, New Jersey. He started playing professionally in 1962 in Newark

    He played and recorded with Richie Cole, Dexter Gordon (9 albums), Eddie Jefferson, Kirk Lightsey (6 albums), James Moody, John Patton, Freddie Roach, Mickey Tucker (6 albums), Larry Young, Chet Baker, George Cables, Ronnie Cuber, Albert Dailey, Bruce Forman, Della Griffin, Clifford Jordan, Eric Kloss, Jimmy McGriff, David "Fathead" Newman, Jimmy Ponder, Jimmy Raney, Rufus Reid, Red Rodney, John Stubblefield, Buddy Terry, Horace Silver, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Shirley Scott, Dexter Gordon, Lee Morgan, and others.

    This is Eddie playing "Mothership" (with drum solo) from the Larry Young album "Mother Ship". Larry Young (organ), Lee Morgan (trumpet), Herbert Morgan (tenor sax).

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    This is Eddie playing "The Worm Turns" from the Jimmy McGriff album "The Main Squeeze". Jimmy McGriff (organ), Connie Lester (alto sax), Jimmy Ponder (guitar).

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